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A delightful look at the making of Turkish delight


Here's a sneak peek at what's coming in Thursday's Food section:

Are you a fan of C.S. Lewis' "Chronicles of Narnia" series? If so, then you recall reading about Turkish delight, the confection that the White Witch uses to enchant a naughty little boy. And you might have wondered -- as I did -- what is Turkish delight? This week's Artisan brings you behind the scenes at a local pastry shop that specializes in Turkish delight and has done so for three generations. Click here to read more and take a look at this photo gallery of the making of Turkish delight.


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-- Rene Lynch
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Photo: A tray of freshly made pistachio Turkish delight treats at Nory Candy & Pastry in Winnetka. Credit: Katie Falkenberg / For The Times

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